During the cornavirus, people are stuck at home and surfing the internet. Our office has had several inquiries from our website asking this question. Can I have my Tennessee DUI conviction expunged from my record ? The quick answer is no.  A Tennessee DUI conviction can never be expunged currently. Only DUI cases that were dismissed or you were found not guilty can be expunged. There is a silver lining though. DUI charges that were reduced to a reckless driving or reckless endangerment may be eligible for expungement.

Under Tennessee Code Annotated section 40-32-101(G), Tennessee law provides a mechanism for expungement . The statue lists criminal offenses which may be eligible for expungement. There are a few requirements.

  1. You must not have been convicted of any other crimes.
  2. Five years must have elapsed since the completion of the sentence imposed.
  3. The person met all his requirements of the sentence imposed. Such as the fines court costs, and fees must be paid. Conditions of probation must be satisfied

If your interested in clearing you record in Nashville, Tn. , Visit our website at www.RobMcKinneylaw.com and leave a message. Our office will  research your case and determine if we can help. Our law firm will also handle expungements in other Middle Tennessee counties.